Lydia M. Daniels
PhD, Distinguished Adjunct Professor and Program Developer, Human Resource Management Ageno School of Business, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA
Author: Servant Leadership and Nonservant Leadership Organization Triple Bottom Line Reporting Outcomes, The Quest for a Paradigm Shift in Leadership- Chapter 2, 21st Century Global Human Resource Management: Strategic Business Partner and Servant Leader- Chapter 3.
Dr. Lydia M. Daniels, Ph.D., is currently President and CEO, Daniels Consultation Services, Atwater, CA; Distinguished Adjunct Professor and Program Developer, Golden Gate University, San Francisco, CA, Ageno School of Business with over 25 year tenure, in Management and Human Resources Management, classroom and cyber; and former Adjunct Professor, Dominican University of California, San Rafael, CA., Barowsky School of Business. Lydia has provided consultation and project management services for a variety of organizations for over a twenty-five-year period. She has held top-level positions such as Chief Human Resources Officer for a 3000-employee healthcare system and demonstrated expertise in development and implementation of major HR systems, organizational transition projects, and union contract negotiations and implementation. She teaches graduate courses in Strategic Human Resource Management, Performance Management, and Organizational Behavior, in both cyber and classroom. She is experienced in course and curriculum development for M.S. programs in Strategic Human Resource Management. She holds an M.S. in Human Resources Management and Ph.D. in Management/Leadership and Organization Change.